Cardioneurosis: symptoms, causes, methods of diagnosis and treatment
In general, all the causes that causecardioneurotic disorders, can be divided into two groups: physical overstrain and mental distress. Cardiologists stress that sometimes this condition can be caused by excessive use of strong coffee, alcoholic beverages or tobacco. Since patients can not clearly describe what they are experiencing, they are unjustifiably feeling fear for their lives. This can be caused by frequent stress, hormonal changes in the body, menopause, transitional age, pregnancy or the period of breastfeeding, frequent physical exertion, etc.
- Severe anxiety, anxiety.
- Feeling of choking, stiffness or coma in the throat.
- Exhaustion, which occurs even with a slight physical strain.
- Intermittency or increased rate of breathing.
- Lack of possibility to take a deep breath.
- Acute headaches.
- Dizziness and nausea.
- Hot flushes.
- Abundant sweating.
- Insomnia or increased drowsiness.
Cardioneurosis, the symptoms of which manifest themselves withvarying degrees of intensity, has the property of disappearing and unexpectedly appearing. But despite the fact that there is no special change in the heart, the patient still needs to be prescribed a course of treatment aimed at regulating the proper operation of the heart, otherwise hypertension or angina may develop.
Treatment of the disease directly depends on the formneurosis, which is observed in each case. Initially, the causes that triggered the onset of the disorder are identified, then complex treatment is prescribed. In general, preparations for the treatment of cardioneurosis, the symptoms of which are visible, does not exist. Most of them have a sedative effect. A good effect has tranquilizers and phytotherapy. As for diagnostic methods, percussion (tapping of the chest), auscultation (listening), pulse and pressure measurement are used. It is necessary to conduct ECG monitoring. Thus, finding a cardioneurosis in oneself or near one's family, whose symptoms can easily be determined by the appearance of a person, it is recommended to consult a doctor immediately, since if one does not treat this type of neurotic disorder, it can lead to the development of severe mental abnormalities.